SOE Smyth, James Brian Watt

John Robertson

Administrator
Staff member
  • SURNAME
Smyth
  • FORENAME
James Brian Watt
  • UNIT
Force 136 SOE
  • RANK
Major
  • NUMBER
ABRO 91
  • DATE OF DEATH
1st-28th February 1945
  • AGE
27
  • GRAVESITE
Taukkyan War Cemetery,Myanmar 28.11.21
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
parent unit Burma Rifles,Indian Army
born 6.8.1917 Naas,County Kildare,Ireland
son of Lieutenant Colonel Gerald and Florence Watt Smyth,Larne,County Antrim,Northern Ireland
B.A. (Canterbury)
Force 136 SOE April 1944
Staff Captain
Op.Label (Team Rat)
KIA on or about 8.2.1945 Burma
 
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